Irsay can, and will, make the right call
The worst-kept secret in Indianapolis was unveiled to the world Sunday night, when Colts owner Jim Irsay was arrested for driving under the influence of prescription drugs and possession in Carmel.
- Will instant replay settle baseball's furies? There's something about seeing a manager storm from the dugout and take aim at an umpire. Arms go flailing, dirt gets kicked up, and language unfit for a barroom spews. Maybe a base is pulled from the ground and lobbed so that it resembles a UFO. The
Uphill climb awaits Butler hoops
A season that began with a lot of promise for the Butler men’s basketball team ended with a familiar thud in Wednesday's 51-50 loss to Seton Hall in the Big East Tournament.
- Bynum, Pacers spoil Stevens' return INDIANAPOLIS — While better than his first return visit, Brad Stevens’ trip home on Tuesday ended with the same result. The former Butler coach and his Boston Celtics were trounced by 27 points when hosted by the Indiana Pacers in December. This time
- Perseverance pays off for seniors AVON -- It's been a long and sometimes rough road for Brownsburg's six seniors. The group of Trevor Lucas, Tyler Houston, Kyle Hathaway, Andrew Hubley, Sam Comer and Kyle Thompson has been around for three coaches in the last three years. Figuring ou
- Sport Briefs Danville offers scavenger hunt The Danville Parks and Recreation Department is offering a GPS scavenger hunt through downton Danville and Ellis Park beginnning at 10 a.m. March 15. It's a free event open to the public. Clues and coordinates will be g
- Brownsburg takes sectional crown Brownsburg takes sectional crown By Jake Thompson email@example.com
- Local man continues sectional streak GREENCASTLE -- The beginning of March has never included a vacation or much variety with regards to Mill Creek School District resident Bob Fuson. For Fuson, last Tuesday night at South Putnam marked the 69th consecutive year that he has attended an
Rodgers to go pro at season's end
With buzz circulating that he planned on going pro, Stanford junior Patrick Rodgers wanted to remove all uncertainty with the most important stretch of the collegiate golf season upcoming.
- Tri-West earns trip to regionals BEECH GROVE — With a 58-48 win over Indian Creek Saturday night, Tri-West won its fourth-ever boys' basketball sectional title. In their three games, the Bruins outplayed, outhustled and outsmarted their opposition. “It’s hard for me to put into word
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